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UN Carbon Declines to Record as Regulator Defends Coal Credits

United Nations emission credits dropped to a record as the regulator defended allowing supplies of offsets from more-efficient coal plants in emerging nations.

Certified Emission Reduction credits for December fell 8.9 percent to close at 1.53 euros ($2.01) a metric ton on the ICE Futures Europe exchange in London, an all-time low.